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Changing of the guard at three universities

Sefako Makgatho and Fort Hare universities have new leaders, while the head of Mangosuthu University of Technology has been suspended

Varsity disruptions as students protest financial exclusion, accommodation shortages

Wits student leaders are calling for accommodation for returning students as UKZN protests delayed Nsfas funding

Independent assessor throws new light on ‘deeply divided’ MUT

Things reached a 'crisis point' at MUT when the executive committee of council suspended six members of the executive management

EFF gains a foothold in KwaZulu-Natal

Its focus in the province, and elsewhere, is on the youth vote and SRC polls are the starting point

Facebook murder: Case headed to High Court in Durban

Thabani Mzolo, 23, appeared in the Durban magistrate's court on Wednesday where he was served with an indictment

Our universities must stop being sites of women abuse

'Clearly our universities are no welcoming safe spaces for women,' writes Lukhona Mnguni

MUT head’s lavish life slammed

The university's council was aware of the abuse of resources but nothing was done to stop it

Facebook murder accused abandons bail

Thabani Mzolo, who is a former student at MUT, allegedly shot Zolile Khumalo on May 2 at MUT's Lonsdale residence

Pandor: How to fix former black universities

The minister won’t babysit her sector but she intends to clamp down on council members who are there to enrich themselves

South Africa’s killer men, smiling and unfazed

When a man is convicted of assaulting or murdering a woman, would you expect them to smile, laugh or make peace signs?

Zolile Khumalo murder accused back in the dock

Thabani Mzolo is accused of shooting and killing Khumalo in her university residence last week Wednesday.

MUT to tighten security at residences following student’s murder

​Metal detectors will be installed at all entrances of Mangosuthu University of Technology's outsourced residences following the murder of a student

#ZolileKhumalo: Students come out in numbers to protest outside court

The student representative council of MUT expressed dismay following the death of the 21-year-old student, who was shot in Lonsdale Hotel residence

Students protest over shortage of NSFAS funds

Students at several universities are protesting over the shortage of National Student Financial Aid Scheme funds.

Reign of vice

Until recently, Ndlovu was South Africa's highest-paid vice-chancellor, earning a R3,7-million package in 2007.

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